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Dog Areas in Wilbraham

6 Parks
2 Trails
1 Eatery
7 Groomers

This Springfield suburb is simply superb for the dog lovers and nature lovers in and around the area. Wilbraham is full of nature preserves and other natural green spaces that you and your pup can explore on a nice day. You will want a comfortable leash for your dog because he won't want to go inside after getting a glimpse at all of the amazing green spaces around Wilbraham! Knox Trail Park is just one of many amazing places for you to take your dog for a long walk after a stressful day at work or on a gorgeous weekend. 

You won't have a problem finding veterinary care in Wilbraham. If your dog is in need of an annual exam or more specialized care, you will find three animal hospitals in Wilbraham to choose from, and several more in the surrounding towns just a short drive away in any direction. You will need to keep your dog on a leash while making your way through the neighborhoods in Wilbraham and the ones around it. The streets and sidewalks can get pretty busy during the warmer months, so be prepared to be on your best pup behavior and carry lots of waste bags with you! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wilbraham

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    Population Density 694/sq mi

    #1 Red Bridge State Park

    Red Bridge State Park is a large public nature area with trails, walking paths, and a local pond that you and your pup can sniff out together. Your dog will be all tail wags when he gets a whiff of all of the trees and local wildlife that call this natural oasis home. The Chicopee River Reservoir rests right next to this park and has its own boat ramp if you happen to be looking for a more nautical adventure to engage in together. You will need to make sure your dog is leashed and near you while exploring the park.
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    Population Density 4,800/sq mi

    #2 Boston Road

    Boston Road is a community just to the west of Wilbraham where you will find plenty of new friends and fun waiting for you. The community of Boston Road is part of the larger Springfield area, just like Wilbraham, so the two communities share many resources, and the residents travel between the two quite frequently. You will want to stop by the Five Mile Pond Park for an enchanting afternoon of fun in the sun with your energetic canine. There are walking trails that explain how the park got its name, so wear some comfy shoes and head on down!
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    Population Density 694/sq mi

    #3 Central Wilbraham

    Central Wilbraham is a wonderful place for you to pass through on your way in or out of town. There are plenty of small parks if you need a quick break from a car trip or a longer afternoon of sunshine and chasing tennis balls around! Your dog is welcome to join you for lunch at Krazy Jake's, a local burger spot with some of the best food around. They have plenty of outdoor tables for you and your dog, so don't worry about showing up around lunchtime. You will want to keep some waste bags in your pocket while there, though!
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    Population Density 694/sq mi

    #4 Rice Preserve

    If you and your dog love nature and quiet hiking spots, Rice Preserve is a must-see for you both. The preserve consists of three main areas. The first area is the Sunrise Peak Trailwalk, which you will be able to enjoy with your dog as long as he has a comfortable harness on and you have plenty of water and waste bags for the trek. The second part is the actual preserve, which is an expansive natural park with plenty of gorgeous features to sniff out together. The Sunrise Peak Conservation Area is just to the east and is the pawfect way to end your outdoor adventure.
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    Population Density 694/sq mi

    #5 South Wilbraham

    South Wilbraham is composed of two large parks with plenty of residential land in between them. If you are looking for a new home with a short journey to natural beauty, this is the place for you and your dog! You will find the Wilbraham Wildlife Area on the southwest side of town is an amazing place for those who like designated trail walking and scenic paths to explore. Your dog can join you on-leash; just make sure you pick up after him. The Pesky Serpent Conservation Area is to the southeast and is another pupperific option for those who love to walk!
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